As Deepika-Ranveer wedding celebrations end, mist and cold descends on Lake Como
After two days of immaculate sunshine, the usual November weather of mist and cold finally descended on Lake Como
After two days of immaculate sunshine, the usual November weather of mist and cold finally descended on Lake Como in far northern Italy as the high-octane wedding celebrations of Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh came to a suitably chaotic end.
On Thursday, the couple were married in a traditional Sindhi ceremony - a nod to Ranveer's heritage after Deepika's Konkani ceremony yesterday - as the raucous sounds of Harshdeep Kaur reverberated around Lake Como through the day.
Harshdeep was, in fact, one of the first to arrive at Villa del Balbianello on the second day of the 'DeepVeer' wedding. However, it all came to an end as the newlywed couple - who had released their official pictures to the media in India at the end of the day- decided to make the media wait some more into the evening and fading light to leave Villa del Balbianello.
Once again, the couple chose to have an army of black umbrella bearers to cover them as they left the Villa in a vintage half million Euro Riva pleasure boat.
Bollywood's 'Bajirao' and 'Mastani' have been inseparable since Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Goliyon Ki Raasleela' that was released in 2013. They had announced their wedding dates on October 21 after dating each other for around six years.